How many organizations would you estimate have experienced at least one DNS attack? One out of out four? Two out of four? Keep going. According to SC magazine, it’s three out of four: 75% of organizations in the U.S. and the U.K. have had their DNS compromised at least once. That’s a pretty big number. Worse, DNS attacks are increasing in frequency and evolving constantly.
To help you figure out your potential vulnerabilities, we’re going to do another “perp walk” of the top ten kinds of attacks (we did a similar webinar earlier this year, and we’ve brought it back by popular demand). They range from common amplification, reflection, and flood attacks to more sophisticated and stealthier types. These might have fancy names like random subdomain, phantom domain, and domain lock-up, but their effects on DNS are far from pretty. Even internal DNS is not safe.
Join us at 10 a.m. PDT on Thursday, June 25th for a one-hour webinar – Know the Top 10 DNS Attacks and How to Mitigate Them. We’ll reveal:
- The top 10 attacks on external and internal DNS servers
- The impact on your operations
- Best practices and mitigation techniques
Knowing how these attacks work is half the battle. Putting the right mitigation in place is the other half.
To register, click here.